Shooting macro bug photos with a reversed lens


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Shooting macro bug photos with a reversed lens

Not a lot of people know this, but Oklahoma has really great sounding bugs. That may sound strange but there's just, you here all these really weird noises while we're here. and I want to shoot some of them. So this week on Practicing Photographer, I wanta talk a little bit about shooting macro-photos of bugs. And you know there's never a bug around when you need one. The hotel room's full of them, it seems like. They're, they're always biting me and things like that. But now that I'm out, looking for them I'm not finding any of them.

And if you've tried any macro bug, photography, that may be what you've found also. I did not, come here, expecting, to shoot macro. So I didn't bring a macro lens. I did though, bring my, macro lens reversal ring. So, what I've got here, is my normal 24 to 105 millimeter lens flipped around backwards, which turns it into a very capable macro lens. If this is all news to you, if it's a complete mystery that you can do this...

Shooting macro bug photos with a reversed lens
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